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by a london bank that revealed how its sold indispensable financial products. >> people need to wake up to what is going on, or nothing will change. reregulation because these banks are plundering society -- we need regulation because these banks are plundering society. >> hello. one of 14-minute film trailer was posted on youtube, it was barely noticed, but this week, the muslim world is in turmoil over a film that they believe denigrates the prophet muhammed. we've seen demonstrations in the yemeni capital sanaa. the arab spring once promised a change relationship between the arab world and the west. the events of the past week have unveiled the complexity of what it has actually brought. >> is this big banks that they get? the u.s. consulates in -- is this the thanks that they get? the u.s. consulate in been gauzy rex. -- in benghazi wrecked. the wave of anti-americanism rolled on through the region. in yemen. in iraq, they burned the stars and stripes, chanting "no to america, no to israel." meanwhile in egypt, police fired tear gas at demonstrators in a third day of unrest. democra
austerity plan. >> london says farewell to its summer of sports as the paralympics come to an end. >> it is crunch time. germany's highest court is set this week to rule on key changes to the way the eurozone is -- one politician is trying to delay the verdict. but he has asked the constitutional court to -- >> he has asked the constitutional court to delay its decision. >> these new tools were championed by the german chancellor herself. >> the court is reviewing its request that it review its long- awaited ruling on whether to let it bailout fund pass into law. peter gauweiler file the request in light of the central bank's announcement that it will buy unlimited amounts of bonds from troubled eurozone countries. for the far left, too, it is reason for a rethink. >> if the european central bank goes this way, we will not need a bailout mechanism. the bank itself will do the bailing out. it will not have to consult any parliament. >> the ecb's decision to buy barnes has raised fears that national parliaments -- buy bonds has raised fears that national parliaments will be sideline
world news america" reporting from washington. the former russian spy was poisoned to death and london. six years later, a british judge will like to know why. the protests over the anti islamic film spreads to pakistan where crowds tried to storm the american embassy. china is aging fast. could these pensioners be the stumbling block to the country's economic growth? >> this looming population crisis, the costs that might bring might be what will way the chinese economy down. >> welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and around the globe. a british judge has opened an inquest to discover whether moscow ordered the killing of the former russian spy who died in a london hospital six years ago from a massive dose of radioactive polonium. just before he got sick he had tea with two other russians in a london cafe. now, the court like to know why he was killed. >> alexander litvinenko was poisoned by radiation. he was a fierce critic of the kremlin. where they behind his death? a lawyer for his widow said it was vital to establish whether this was a targeted assassination by agents of a
to support as it faces a backlash over economic reforms. protesters taking the streets of new delhi. a london spy killed after being poisoned by a radioactive cup of tea. 7:00 in the morning in washington and 7:00 in the evening in beijing where officials are seeking ways to deal with an aging population crisis. the communist party is preparing to install a new generation of leaders to run the country for the next decade. they are coping with one of the fastest aging populations in the world. the number of people over the age of 60 in china is going to double. this special report in central china, where it has one of the largest aging populations in the country. >> his story is in china's story. he has lived through hardship and famine. his parents died of starvation. he is now 79. life expectancy here now rivals west.westhe china has not built a comprehensive system of pension and old age care. they fend for themselves. their children all far away looking for work. >> i never thought what would happen when i am old. i don't know where my kids are. i guess i will die and no one will know been
in for instance. it's midday here in london, 7:00 in washington and half past 3:00 in the afternoon in kabul where the yudes has handed over former control of back ram prison to the afghanistan gan government. there are more than 3,000 inmates in the prison, many who are taliban fighters and terrorist suspects. they hailed the transfer as a victory for afghan sovereignty. >> president karzai has long-demanded that afghanistan take control of the prison. it would have a significant bearing on long-term afghan-u.s. relations. it was handed over at this ceremony. afghan officials calling it a proud day and a victory. the americans maintaining that bagram had played its part in securing the future of the country ? we transferred more than 3,000 afghan detainees into your country and assured those who would threaten the partnership of afghanistan and coalition forces would not return to the battlefield. >> but even as the handover was taking place, there were still disagreements over the fate of hundreds of inmates and over the interpretation of the them ran dem off understanding between the u.s. and a
're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoring your accounts for unusual activity, you could also set up free account alerts. okay. [ female announcer ] at wells fargo we're working around the clock to help protect your money and financial information. here's your temporary card. welcome back. how was london? [ female announcer ] wells fargo. together we'll go far.
re-emerged. here is nbc's stephanie gosk in london. >> reporter: a prince can't keep a low profile forever. eventually harry had to make a public appearance. tonight it was for charity, an awards ceremony for critically ill children. the prince, now fully clothed, turned on the charm. harry's appearance was scheduled long before last month's embarrassing over exposure in las vegas, but there was no doubt it was on people's minds today. 6-year-old alex logan suffering from leukemia was on british tv before hand and was asked what he would say when he met the prince. >> i'm glad you've got your clothes on prince harry. >> reporter: but harry gently made sure the subject never came up. still, when he took the podium tonight the prince knew he had an obstacle to overcome. >> all of you are, quite frankly, too remarkable for me adequately to describe with mere words, but never one to be shy at coming forward, i'll give it a go. >> reporter: it was a simple, unspoken acknowledgment that let him get on with the important task at hand. >> it's you that represent the very best of britain. y
by the society in some ways. i must say that when i was going to london, i loved that. the inspiration, through the air, to everything. at the same time, i was fascinated. because i was not part of that. but as a voyeur that i am, i wanted to see them. i'm fascinated. i love them. i love the work of westwood. so i love their work because they did something, but they saw something that was happening, rebellion tight, and that mix of conservative with the art still. i love that, so it has influenced me. for example, in london, i saw a black trench coat, and in the front, you say black is not for children. black is bad, and everything like that that is ridiculous, so i told them. i must say that one for me was a learning experience. i love it. >> london has changed, as every city has. you certainly will not have any of those bankers wearing bowler hats and numberless. more to the point, london out is tremendously diverse. paris is becoming in admitting that it is more a diversity, and there's a little line for me quite hidden away the says i'm very much a parisian or i'm interested in parisian wom
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, the london zoo copied us and this is featured at the wall street journal, we're debating whether to try it again but it was a success that niekt so i thank you in that freedom for trying spg new. that finishes my report. >> is there any public comment on this item? >> hi there, my name's ar ya*l kelly, i did see the story in the wall street journal on the cover about what they did at the london zoo and i had a few friends in london would were able to attend the avent in london, it was revolutionized, the way young people visit zoos, but in san francisco, there is a multibillion night life industry in the city and a lot of people who really like to get out in the evening and participate in activities like this. i would just like to strongly urge that the zoo do another event like this one and partner with the entertainment commission and some of the other night life industry people in the city to help get the word out. i wasn't aware that this event happened in san francisco but absolutely have a network of people who would have loved to attend it and i think it's a great way for people
, the olympic motto of higher, faster, stronger, always had one obvious theme, better. this week the london paraolympic games are showing off their talent for some of the greatest disabled athletes but there is now an old debate, should science help those at risk? is it a noble aim to rid the world of mental and physical disability? >> taking control of the evolutionary process to improve the human condition. that is the rash nail of ugenics. >> would be better by far for them and the rest of the community if they had never been born. >> the most heinous crimes of the 20th century, the holocaust, the mass murderer of the disabled, the forced sterilization of those considered inferior. all took place in the name of ugenics. but can we embrace the problem of ugenics without its totalitarian, by individual choice? [whistle] >> hey. >> the world is about to descend upon london for the paraolympic games. more than 4,000 athletes will compete in 20 different events. these british athletes are preparing for the competition. the games are a celebration not merely of sport but of the human spirit. a
was a learning experience. i love it. >> london has changed, as every city has. you certainly will not have any of those bankers wearing bowler hats and numberless. more to the point, london out is tremendously diverse. paris is becoming in admitting that it is more a diversity, and there's a little line for me quite hidden away the says i'm very much a parisian or i'm interested in parisian women, but not quite sure that i ever met a parisian woman. what do you mean by that? >> what i mean is that my education, i have been looking at old movies that i love. we speak about the reputation of the parisian, which was supposed to dress very well. i think that, you know, in france, the eccentricity -- for me, eccentricity is very chic and it is what i love. it is so much about the good taste, which paralyzed. it is still a city where everybody meets profession, sure, but it is sad that you did not seek only may be in the young people, but you do not see when people are in the rain, let's say, in society, like having the joy to address. like you have to be like the color of the stre
here in the city of london where arab elites have long gone to restore their wealth. britain promised to help egypt recover the assets but a year- and-a-half on, only 85 million pounds has been frozen in using easily accessible public documents, the bbc has found that the government apparently best. this 10 million pound house was the london home for many years of his son. but it has not been officially frozen. the authorities mr. the investment company belonging to a firm that he park currently owned. it continued to operate for 11 months after dissolving itself voluntarily. they missed a firm registered at this chesley address set up by another egyptian of the sanctions list. seven months after the freeze in order against her. one of the city's leading asset traces is astonished. >> you are on the sanctions list. what are you doing? this lady is here in chelsea. >> it is doing what it can, but it can't back on suspicion alone. >> we have a duty to the people the ostensibly of the money and those that are pursuing it. we have to make sure that proper legal processes have been gone th
over to london we go, we last saw you from there during those fabulously successful olympic games. londoners were justifiably so proud of pulling it off so well, and now, they get to do it all over again. the paralympics are underway. 4,000 athletes from all over the world, all of them gathered there to push what is possible. our report tonight from london and nbc's stephanie gosk. >> reporter: the paralympic games opened to a packed house. the torch was relit. the queen came again, though not by parachute this time. >> stretch your wings and fly. >> reporter: an opening ceremony as spectacular as the last one. >> the crowds will be unprecedented. these will be games to remember. >> reporter: so far they have been. millions of brits are tuning in and buying tickets. this tv promo has been everywhere. rocketing an old public enemy song into the top ten. there was a touch of controversy. an iranian medal winner wouldn't shake kate middleton's hand for religious reasons. but mostly these games have been marked by excitement. >> we enjoyed the olympics so much, we just wanted to be a
for germany's athletes at the paralympic in london. -- paralympics in london. germany has been marking a somber anniversary this wednesday. 40 years ago, palestinian gunmen killed 11 israelis at the munich olympics. the brazen act of terrorism in 1972 shocked the world. >> it raised questions about lax security at the olympic park as well as how a botched rescue operation was handled. then, the swift decision by olympic officials to continue the games also provoked criticism. today, ceremonies were held in munich to remember the victims. the choir of munich's synagogue, singing a lament at the airbase where 40 years ago the israeli olympic hostage drama took such a tragic end. relatives of the victims and surviving athletes said their return here brought back painful memories. >> it felt like it was yesterday. the feelings of -- are very strong. >> it was in the early hours of september 5, 1972, that a group of palestinian terrorists broke into munich's olympic village. they broke in and shot two of the israeli team and took nine others hostage. the terrorists wanted to force the relea
're going for gold once again tonight in london with kate middleton there cheering them on. >>> and in the doghouse. good dogs, bad behavior and pet owners around the world adding their canine criminals to the lineup. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> from nbc news world head quarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. >>> good evening. president obama is on the campaign trail tonight hitting states that are sure to be hotly contested and sharpening the attacks and talking points that are likely to frame this week's democratic convention in charlotte. that will include the charge that mitt romney and republicans are pushing failed economic policies of the past. as democrats prepare to take center stage they'll face the challenge of convincing undecided voters that the president's policies are healing a sick economy. it's a debate that was on full display and our white house correspondent kristen welker begins our coverage from boulder, colorado tonight. >> reporter: good evening. in 2008 president obama became the first democrat to win
years and an english country house them for 23 years kept in london before it was bought by henry pulitzer the american collector but now only it is claimed as the real thing. mark phillips cbs news london. , we're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoring your accounts for unusual activity, you could also set up free account alerts. okay. [ female announcer ] at wells fargo we're working around the clock to help protect your money and financial information. here's your temporary card. welcome back. how was london? [ female announcer ] wells fargo. together we'll go far. >>> thursday night forecast what the change will have over the next couple of days over the weekend highs in the '90s or one hundreds but tonight cloudy and chilly. you cannot see the thing from our roof tops. you cannot see the top of the pyramid. santa rosa down to 49, concord 56 oakland and san francisco lows in the mid 50s. a marine layer is still there and moves through the golden gate
called. thank you. we're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoryog your accounts for unususual aivity, you could also set up free account alerts. okay. [ female announcer ] at wells fargo we're working around the clock to help protect your money and financial information. here's your temporary card. welcome back. how was london? [ female announcer ] wells fargo. together we'll go far. >> the first prescription loss drug is on the market. we look into how it works and who can take it. a drug isg today, by prescription. it is a combination of two medications. appetite suppressant reduces cravings for food. had patients asking about this for two or three months. of child-bearing age as long as they have a negative precedent -- pregnancy test. 67-year-old, who says she has tried just about everything to pounds, dropped 50 pounds and one year as part of a trial.l >> it made me feel great. >> prescription diet drugs have had a bad past. an ingredient in a popular drug
her. i remember being impressed whenr an official at the american embassy in london told me that during the memorial service att st. paul's cathedral after the 9/11 attacks, the queen sang every single word of the american national anthem. and i would betsi that therem. aren't any presidents who canh sing all the words to "god save the queen." since we are here today on the national mall, i thought i woul focus on the queen's fondness ml for this country and its people, pote little known and well known, and in so doingnown illuminate corners of her life that can help you understand her better. the queen to help understand her better. it was most often played out in state visits here when it was written. one was the first came to washington in 1951, she was a 25-year-old princess, only months away from becoming queen. harry truman was completely smitten, announcing that when everyone becomes acquainted with you, they immediately followed that with you. like those who followed him, truman was surprised that elizabeth was so much more approachable than she seemed in her public
con in london. both cases have raised concerns ahead of next month's annual pilgrimage which draws millions to saudi arabia. >>> scientists may be one step closer toward finding a cure, or at least an effective treatment, for breast cancer. new research suggests the answer may lie in the genetics of the disease. dr. jon lapook reports. >> reporter: it's been a mystery of breast cancer treatment. why do many women with the same disease have such different outcomes? a comprehensive genetic analysis of breast cancer has provided a key clue. >> this study again really confirmed that breast cancer is not one disease, but it's at least four different diseases. and what we've found here are now some of the genetic causes of these four different diseases, and that's really important. >> reporter: it's important because knowing specific genetic changes that allow a tumor to grow gives researchers specific targets for treatment. and a drug that works for one type of breast cancer may not work for another. >> now we're getting at the root causes of these different diseases, which should reall
to the brink. and gold stars, tony guida looks at the winning americans on this closing day of london's paralympics. >> this is the captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> good evening, i'm jeff glor. campaign 2012 took a distinctly dollars and cents turn today as the candidates battled over whose policies on taxes and spending would best help the middle class. and there was plenty of talk about sequestration, the term for automatic budget cuts in january if congress and the white house can't agree on them before then. jan crawford is with the romney campaign in boston tonight. jan, good evening. >> reporter: well, good evening, jeff. with those convention now behind us, the president and romney have really sharpened their attacks and their focus on the middle class. here's the president today in florida. >> they couldn't answer questions about how they'd pay for $5 trillion in new tax cuts and $2 trillion in new defense spending without raising taxes on the middle class. >> reporter: it's a scene the president and the vice president are hammering. today in ohio
of great bargains. for example, hotels in london are 60% cheaper than they were during the olympics. here's another one. luxury hotels in hawaii are charging 40% less than they were just a week ago. >>> all right. we might have to go somewhere, jeff. it was just darn cold today. >> it was. a lot of spots had trouble even getting out of the 60s. it's all because of the fog and that strong westerly wind. we do have a 30 degree temperature jump in the seven-day forecast. hold on, folks. that fog shrouding in san francisco. that's where we're tracking three hour delays. we could see delays upwards of an hour tonight in oakland. san jose about 15 minutes. a lot of blue sky in the south bay. it's all about the westerly wind. when you have it going this strong. you're not going to get that fog budging and we didn't have that happen for today. so with that said, most of our numbers about 15 degrees below average here. just 68 in napa, 65 in livermore and 67 in san jose. let's take you out to the live sky camera network. feeling like fall here 234 the bay area. i promise you there were a few rays
, mainly sunny skies in london and for all of the communities near the bay. temperatures in the bay close to the '60s with the 80s and low 90s inland. maybe your heading out for a walk after an early dinner, 69 in oakland. 80 in fremont. 84 in concord and livermore. 62 in san francisco. let's head to las vegas, not only is it raining, it is pouring and there is major flooding right now in bill las vegas area. that's what happens when you get too much water in the sewer system. on water rescues in some portions of the county. only about a half an inch of rainfall but that is a lot in the desert. your forecast for this evening, sunshine at the coast, mid-60's near the bay with mainly sunny skies. we have cloud cover hugging the coast line and it will stay there tonight. i pressure is already in control of our weather but it is off to the west. by thursday, high pressure moves closer to us making a wind much lighter which means you get to enjoy and warmer temperatures. tonight we will be foggy again at the coast. near normal temperatures again and that will warm us up on thursday for three d
began a hundred and half hour drive from london. the village is known as the birthplace of the paraolympics. in 1948, stoke mannedville hospital held a porting event. it was aimed at rehabilitating soldiers injuried in world war ii. that event evolve need the paralympic games. dr. lewd wig organized the so-called stoke mannedville games. people are proud of the doctor and the hospital. >> it just signifies that, you know, that what they do at the hospital, and how they progressed and got to the stage where they are today. and i think it's fabulous. >>> volunteers from the local community are learning about disability. they want to be able to give people with disabilities the right suppor supporsupport. >> don't make assumptions about what help they need, what they might need. what you it need to do is let them tell you. >> dr. goodman's ways lives on in the minds of many people. we met man in the village treated at stoke mannedville hospital and new dr. goodman. a traffic accident 50 years ago left phillip lewis in a wheelchair. he was encouraged by dr. goodman to take u
floor of the shard in london, europe's tallest structure. and repelled down more than 1,000 feet. the charity stunt was to make money for the outward bound trust. prince andrew is the trust chairman. >>> now, here's a look at this morning's dish of "scrambled politics." timelapse video shows the stage being set for the democratic national convention. the warp-speed video seems to turn time warner cable arena into the showplace of the dnc. >>> the foo fighters are among the entertainers of the democratics convention. other performers, mary j. blige, earth, wind and fire, and also, james taylor. >>> a republican is slamming paul ryan for his claim that president obama was to blame for the closing of a general motors plant. matthew dowd told nbc, quote, that isn't true. >>> following the republican convention, no bounce for mitt romney. nothing. nada. zip, zero, zilch. that's according to three separate polls. historically, candidates get a 5% bump. >>> and president obama says he's still a huge clint eastwood fan, even after the actor's infamous empty chair monologue at the gop con
. the queen's representative, deputy lieutenant of london here personally inviting the oak grove high marching band to london they are being asked to perform at london's new year's day parade in 2014 and star in two holiday events in italy. the band will have to pay their own way to get there, maybe you can help. their costs while in europe, will be picked up, very cool. >> they are pretty well-known. >>> competition has started with a bang for this season's "dancing with the stars." >> we'll tell how is already -- >>> coming up on katie barbra streisand talks about the surprising joy she felt hearing her son sing. >> i said jason, i have to sing with you. you have to be on my duets album. not only that, you have to come -- he's never performed live. >> he's going to be performing with you in brooklyn? >> wow. that is katie at three right here on abc7. then on abc7 news at 4, new state ban on dancing why one mother sued her kid's school over its father-daughter dances. then at 5, how a trucked bay area school district has turn things around those stories and more later today. >>> tonight on "d
sanctuary and asylum for soda ban refugees. if you get sick of it, you can always go to london and always get the biggest size soda your heart desires. >> go across the hudson. >> it will cost you a lot of money. >> no kidding. all right, bill, nice to see you. we'll see you next week. >> we'll see you next week. bye-bye. >> victor? >> somewhere around the building someone is drinking the 10 ounce milk shakes and getting those calories. >>> if you're a big "saturday night live" fan and i am the show returns tonight for its 38th season and they have a big change in sdotore. >>> tonight is the 38 lth season premiere of "saturday night live." you'll see some new faces on stage and we hear there will be a new president in town. i spoke with our entertainment correspondent nischelle turner a little earlier. what are you hearing about this big change? >> you know, this is a big change, victor. now, we're used to seeing fred armson play president obama and he does it very well, i think. but lauren michael says he wants to shake things up and he will replace with jay farrow. he has been on the sh
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